Here are 11 famous musicians from Australia died at 53:
Michael Beecher (November 20, 1939 Australia-March 4, 1993 Sydney) was an Australian actor.
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Sarah Watt (August 30, 1958 Sydney-November 4, 2011 West Footscray) also known as Saran Ann Watt was an Australian writer, film director, film producer and animator.
She died as a result of breast cancer.
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Pat Bishop (June 13, 1946 Belfast-March 28, 2000 Melbourne) also known as Patricia Mary Bishop was an Australian actor.
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Mary Hardy (October 14, 1931 Australia-January 7, 1985) also known as Mary Veronica Hardy was an Australian radio personality, television presenter and actor.
She died caused by suicide.
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Mario Condello (April 12, 1952 Melbourne-February 6, 2006 Brighton) was an Australian lawyer.
He died as a result of firearm.
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George Marshall-Hall (March 28, 1862 London-July 18, 1915) was an Australian conductor.
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Charles Summers (July 27, 1825 Somerset-November 30, 1878) was an Australian personality.
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Frank P. Mahony (December 4, 1862 Melbourne-June 28, 1916) was an Australian personality.
He died in cancer.
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Charles David Jones Bryant (May 11, 1883 Enmore-January 22, 1937 Manly) was an Australian personality.
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Brett Whiteley (April 7, 1939 Sydney-June 15, 1992 Thirroul) otherwise known as Brett Whiteley AO was an Australian artist and visual artist. His child is Arkie Whiteley.
He died as a result of heroin overdose.
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Ted Mulry (September 2, 1947 Oldham-September 1, 2001) also known as Mulry, Ted or Steve Ryder was an Australian singer-songwriter, bassist and guitarist.
Discography: The Essential Ted Mulry & TMG.
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